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Who are the 49ers in the Gold Rush?

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Arriving in covered wagons, clipper ships, and on horseback, some 300,000 migrants, known as "forty-niners" (named for the year they began to arrive in California, 1849), staked claims to spots of land around the river, where they used pans to extract gold from silt deposits.
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